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Time to talk it out
Behavioural disorders are often the result of emotional disturbances. They need to be accepted for what they are and tackled without panic.
Skills for a lifetime
The activity curriculum we tried out in classes I and II this year, was, in fact, one of the projects sponsored by NCERT during 1994-96 and experimented successfully. The area dealt with at present is Environmental Studies. An activity ...
Strategies for survival
A theatre school in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, tries to give its students not just traditional art skills but also a footing in modern education.
When worlds beckon
Video games can have beneficial as well as adverse effects... Perhaps we should seek creative ways to increase acceptance of games that are fun and pro-social.
In a few months' time, I shall be writing "finis" to the last chapter of my life as a teacher. As I look back and take stock of my 20-odd years in the teaching profession, I realise how enriching, how rewarding it has all been. What a rich ...
Lego for fun and learning
Playing with blocks can be a learning experience. You learn to be creative and innovative too.
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